"The curious paradox is that when I accept myself just as I am, then I can change".
Everyone is welcome here.
Including, but not limited to, individuals of all: cultural backgrounds, racial identities, sexual orientations, gender identities, spiritual/religious beliefs, and lived experiences.
About Therapy with Rebecca
I am glad you're here.
It is important to me that you feel welcome, comfortable, heard, understood, and respected. My client-centered, attachment-informed approach balances listening to your unique experiences, thoughts, and emotions with the introduction of guided techniques (often somatic and compassion-based). Together we will select therapeutic approaches based on your unique experiences, needs, goals, and priorities. I will support you as you move beyond insight and awareness to behavioral change based on your own values and interests.
Many of my clients experience one or more of the following presenting concerns when they begin therapy: Anxiety, Decreased Self-Worth, Depression, Difficult Life Transitions, Relationship Concerns, and/or Traumatic Stress. I incorporate the following psychotherapeutic approaches based on your unique needs, goals, and priorities:
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
DIalectical Behavior Therapy
Solution-Focused Brief Therapy
What is Psychotherapy?
Registered Psychotherapists work with individuals, couples and families in individual and group settings. Psychotherapy occurs when the Registered Psychotherapist (RP) and client enter into a psychotherapeutic relationship where both work together to bring about positive change in the client’s thinking, feeling, behaviour and social functioning. Individuals usually seek psychotherapy when they have thoughts, feelings, moods and behaviours that are adversely affecting their day-to-day lives, relationships and the ability to enjoy life.
$135 ($119.50 + hst)
You can choose the frequency and number of sessions that work best for you.
Many health insurance plans cover the services of Registered Psychotherapists (RP). It is recommended that you call your health insurance provider to check. Psychotherapy is regulated in Ontario, but not in all provinces, and therefore RPs are sometimes not listed on the insurers' websites or apps to avoid confusing clients from other provinces.